Happy Monday to you all.
This weekend I attended two shows. The Flea Market, at which I am usually a vendor, held nothing new, but it was fun and enjoyable experience being on the other side of the booth. Missing the Saturday crowd for a Sunday morning, it was a pleasant couple of hours perusing the aisles. The vendors are friendly, much of the stuff for sale is still the Knickknacks and garage-box-clutter of stuff you usually see on the tables.
I also attended Art in the Bar. Held at the Knitting Facorty Concert House in beautiful downtown Boise, Idaho, and presented by Dead Bird Local Art's Framing, Boise Weekly and featuring the artists of Green Chutes Artists Co-Op.
It was a nice afternoon. Stopping by after the Flea Market, the Knitting Factory itself is fairly small, or perhaps I should say "intimate" venue. The event was free and opened to all ages. The bar was available to those of age, but I was not interested in partaking.
Although many of the artists were fascinating, the air and attitude of some in attendance was a complete turn off to the work. There were some that were more than willing to chat, but felt it was necessary to bash the person in the space / exhibit next to them. Maybe beer later eased some of the tension.
It was a successful event and one that I would like to see continue. Well done, nicely laid out in the small and split level venue, it was a terrific way to spend a couple of hours on a Sunday afternoon.
Thank you for stopping by and having a read.
The Alchemists Vessel would like to wish you a pleasant day.